Princeton Weekly Bulletin   February 6, 2006, Vol. 95, No. 14   search   prev   next

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Peter Lewis to give $101 million to advance the arts at Princeton

Honoring King’s legacy
University hosted visits by two political leaders
Pilgrimage takes anthropologist on journey of self-discovery
Operating budget includes funding for key priorities

Klawe named president of Harvey Mudd, Tilghman appoints search committee
Two win Marshall Scholarships
People, spotlight

Nassau notes
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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Honoring King’s legacy

Princeton NJ — Messages of hope and celebrations of achievement marked the University’s annual ceremony in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16 in Richardson Auditorium.

(Photos by Denise Applewhite and John Jameson)


The Rev. Charles G. Adams (top right), pastor of the Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, gave an impassioned address urging people to emulate King and embrace the “dynamics of hope.” Marvalene Hughes (bottom left), president of Dillard University, also delivered remarks and was recognized for leading the “Herculean task” of rebuilding the campus devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Albert Raboteau (bottom right), a longtime Princeton faculty member and one of the nation’s foremost authorities on African-American religious history, was presented with the MLK Day Journey Award for Lifetime Service by President Tilghman.

In addition, the ceremony included music by the Princeton University Jazztet and the presentation of awards to essay, poster and video contest winners (top left) from area schools.

For more about the event, visit A Webcast can be viewed at